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sneaking

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˈsniː.kɪŋ/ us  
If you have a sneaking feeling about someone or something, you have that feeling, although you are not certain it is correct: I've got a sneaking feeling/suspicion that we're going the wrong way.
Translations of “sneaking”
in Chinese (Traditional) (感覺)暗自的,隱隱感到的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (感觉)暗自的,隐隐感到的…
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